apricate

apricate

verb – intransitive
(rare)

To bask in the sun, sunbathe

Origin
From Latin apricus (“sunny, having lots of sunshine; warmed by the sun”) +‎ -ate. Apricus is derived from aperiō (“to open; to uncover”) (Wiktionary)

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April apricated often at the beach every summer. Arthur and also Andrea appreciated it.

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